(adv.) In that or this place, time, or thing; in that particular or respect.
(1) This paper presents a thermodynamic description of the interaction between divalent protein in solution and monovalent ligand attached to a cell membrane, but freely mobile therein.
(2) These lymphocytes perform the required immunological surveillance of the CNS, and initiate inflammation therein during infectious and autoimmune reactions.
(3) Systolic zone murmurs were recorded in 4.19% of the seafarers, including those with heart defects (1.44%), therein mitral valve insufficiency (0.79%), mitral valve prolapse syndrome (0.39%) and aortal valve stenosis (0.26%).
(4) Based on this linkage, twelve industries are noted to be potentially at high risk due to exposure to neurotoxic chemicals; therein, 18 chemicals are identified as "risk chemicals," primarily used in 8 main groups of products.
(5) The use of both mortality and weight loss data have provided a highly sensitive and reproducible bioassay that can be used to compare relative toxicities of crystals from other subspecies as well as toxic components contained therein.
(6) This is manifested particularly as a substantial amelioration of the severity of the lesions in the brain, and a very marked reduction in the number of fungal units therein.
(7) Permeabilization was selective for plasma membranes, in that high molecular weight probes such as trypan blue or IgG could enter cells, while fluorescent probes previously loaded into lysosomes via endocytosis remained contained therein.
(8) The exposure to doses exceeding 5 cGy impairs the relationship between the nuclear sizes and location therein of the perecentromeric regions of interphase chromosomes which exist in the control and after exposure to 2.5 cGy.
(9) These results suggest that there may be a common mucosal immunologic system, and that repopulation of gut and lung lamina propria may be through the organized lymphoid tissue therein.
(10) The data indicate that 4 crosses the blood-brain barrier to be oxidized by cerebral tissue to the ionic structure 3, which is "locked therein".
(11) Over the next 24 weeks, plasma LH concentrations of castrated birds were resistant, first to a stepwise reduction in daylength from 8 to 2 hr and later to a 2-, 4-, or 6-hr increase therein.
(12) Therein the transformed cells are supplemented and qualitatively altered towards the prevailing monocytic cells of the second step.
(13) The core sequence necessary for enhancer activity was defined therein as a 21 bp nucleotide element, which also showed autonomous replicating activity [EMBO J.
(14) These findings further verify that the observed low-frequency motion (or the so-called dominant low-frequency mode) in a protein molecule is essentially governed by the collective fluctuations of its weak bonds, especially hydrogen bonds, and the internal displacement of the massive atoms therein, as described by the quasi-continuum model.
(15) Replication may involve release of closed minicircles from the center of the kinetoplast and their migration to the peripheral structures, replication of the free minicircles therein, and then peripheral reattachment of the progeny minicircles to the kinetoplast.
(16) In June 2014, she wrote to the Times, baldly claiming that “many old people are a burden on society” .and that “people who cannot accept this argument should work for a few months in a care home where many patients are demented, incontinent, unable to care for themselves, and have no visitors.” The word “burden” is now a staple of most coverage of our ageing population, and the issues therein: most notably, the rising “ old-age dependency ratio ” which measures the number of pensioners as a proportion of those of working age and pensioners, and the question of how far NHS spending is going to stretch (How health innovations can reduce the burden of an ageing population , a Guardian headline from June last year).
(17) The latter case clearly demonstrates the fast-acting effect of the vaccine on account of the heterologous bacterial antigens contained therein.
(18) One of these mediators was identified with gamma interferon (IFN-gamma), mainly on the basis that treatment of supernatants with monoclonal anti-IFN-gamma antibodies markedly reduced the suppressive activity contained therein.
(19) Fine processes arising from their cell bodies or from the stratum 1 plexus passed through the INL to reach the OPL but did not produce long-ranging ramifications therein.
(20) The introduction of an oily retinylacetate solution into the fistula was attended both by an increase of the retinylpalmitate content in the blood plasma and the appearance therein of the retinyl-palmitat-hydrolase activity.
(adv.) At or in whatever place; wheresoever.
(1) Wherever that figure falls is probably the lower end of the spectrum among the different possibilities the government will consider.
(2) A computer program, computer-readable model-file and computer-based 3D printer can (in theory) encapsulate the expertise of a skilled machinist and deploy it on demand wherever a 3D printer is to be found.
(3) Others seek shelter wherever they can – on rented farmland, and in empty houses and disused garages.
(4) Asked what form the arrangements could take, the peer replied: "Wherever we think that there's something happening that is undesirable and we're looking very carefully at how to draw up those protections."
(5) The debit card doubles as a Clubcard, and customers will be able to earn points wherever they use it.
(6) • The US National Security Agency is reportedly collecting almost 5 billion mobile phone records a day under a programme that monitors and analyses highly personal data about the precise whereabouts of individuals, wherever they travel in the world, the Washington Post has revealed, based on documents provided by Edward Snowden .
(7) 7 MyVoucherCodes Works on: iPhone and Android Cost: Free The app from the website of the same name, MyVoucherCodes uses GPS to send you the best money-off deals for eating out, shopping, health and beauty, travel, entertainment etc, wherever you are.
(8) As the later Spark might have said, a mortal sin against the commandment to love beauty wherever one may find it.
(9) That's all for tonight - for all joined us tonight, tomorrow or wherever you are, thank you for reading.
(10) | Hugh Muir Read more Wherever Labour people gather to discuss how to break out of the vice tightening around the party, answers fail amid sighs of utter despair.
(11) The answers are sums of the influence or kernel functions of the integral wherever the sum is positive, and zero elsewhere.
(12) It would also authorise the use of US forces in situations where ground combat operations are not expected or intended, such as intelligence collection and sharing, missions to enable kinetic strikes, or the provision of operational planning and other forms of advice and assistance to partner forces.” The White House insists the AUMF does not confer authority for “long-term, large-scale ground combat operations”, but the language has already raised concerns among Democrats that it gives the White House another “blank cheque” for open-ended war wherever it chooses.
(13) "From there, we will extend the interviewing programme further across all routes to Britain, wherever the evidence takes us.
(14) Wherever there are buskers, there's probably money.
(15) Packs of motorcyclists circled the area wherever roads remained open, revving their engines.
(16) A high yield from brush smears was obtained due to their preparation from caseous material wherever visible in the bronchi.
(17) "First, it is clearly economically inefficient not to tap into talent wherever it exists.
(18) But wherever they go polio workers must still counter the damaging, and widely believed, rumours about the polio drops.
(19) Hence stray voltage may threaten farm animal health and production wherever modern animal housing is applied.
(20) But the Depp dog furore is a perfect example of the different approach Joyce will take to leading the Nationals – the rural-based minor party in the governing Coalition that has in recent years had a series of gentlemanly leaders who, wherever possible, have settled differences with their Coalition parties quietly, created public fusses only rarely, and international incidents never.